Louth 2.5 miles.
Situated close to Louth village, and just a stone’s throw from the border of County Monaghan, is this charming, detached farmhouse.
Lovingly restored from its original form, it has been tastefully decorated to offer guests a home away from home in this wonderful region.
Set in a spacious courtyard with pretty outbuildings, this two storey farmhouse boasts a well-equipped, cosy kitchen, with a dining area where you can enjoy social meals together.
After an evening of wining and dining, you can curl up in the sitting room and plan the following days activities!
Three immaculate bedrooms complete the accommodation, one of which is located on the ground floor.
With a large garden and furnished patio to the rear, the children can play safely on the swing, whilst you enjoy a refreshing drink in the sunshine.
To the front is a large courtyard and a sheltered barbecue area so you can enjoy alfresco dining come rain or shine!
The River Fane runs at the bottom of the garden and is very popular for fishing, while there is another lake for coarse fishing just 5 minutes' drive away.
The small village of Louth lies an hour north of Dublin and provides a wonderful base to explore Ireland’s smallest county.
It is home to local shops and pubs where you can mingle with the locals, and perhaps try your first pint of Guinness!
Spend an afternoon playing pitch and putt, or improve your poetry at The Patrick Kavanagh Centre in Inniskeen, Co.
The vibrant town of Dundalk is only a short drive away, with plenty of shops, traditional pubs and places to eat, as well as a leisure centre with swimming pool, and a children's activity area.
Why not venture as far as the heritage town of Carlingford, near Carlingford Lough, home to cobbled streets, charming boutiques and excellent cuisine?
Or, head for Newgrange in County Meath to visit the prehistoric monument site or the Bru Na Boinne Visitor Centre and Pet Farm.
Dublin and Belfast airports are only around an hour away, meaning your holiday can begin almost as soon as you land in Ireland.
A delightful family destination with plenty to see and do for all ages.
About the location
LOUTH VILLAGE, COUNTY LOUTH
Inniskeen 3 miles; Dundalk 6 miles; Ardee 7 miles; Carlingford 26 miles.
Situated in the heart of County Louth, Ireland’s smallest county, is the village of Louth and is named after ‘Lugh’, the god of ancient Irish. The village has shops, pubs, a chemist and takeaways, and lies just an hour’s drive north of Dublin and south west of the popular town of Dundalk. Home to a welcoming community and a local shop and pub, Louth is a wonderful location for exploring this undiscovered region of Ireland. The village also has an excellent playground and pitch and putt course, with plenty of attractions within easy reach, including the Viking influenced town of Carlingford and its majestic Lough, a paradise for outdoor pursuits on land or sea, plus the nearby village of Inniskeen is home to the The Patrick Kavanagh Centre. For history enthusiasts, the high crosses at Monasterboice and Mellifont Abbey are well worth a visit. Dundalk offers a leisure centre with swimming pool and gym, and a children's activity area. There are beaches at Blackrock, Port and Annagassan, about half an hour's drive from Louth, with golf even closer at Carrickmacross and Dundalk. A delightful location for your Emerald Isle holiday.